Why It’s Important To Talk About Mental Health.

Hello and welcome back to Mental Wellness Cindy or if its your first time welcome.

My focus in all the content i am putting out is to leverage the power of story telling to promote social change around the importance of everyone’s entitlement to good mental and mental health support. Talking about mental health has been seen and remains a taboo in some communities and countries.

The reality is we have all experienced problems with our mental health at one point or another. For a lot of us we have experienced these struggles on our own and did not feel we could openly talk about what we were experiencing for fear of being judged by others. For either feeling depressed, stressed, anxious, suicidal, manic or anything else.

This needs to stop because the reality is we all know someone who has been affected by the death of a loved one because of a mental health problem. Problems with mental health are something that every single human being on this planet has been affected by. Therefore we need to freely be able to talk about our mental health without and get the  support we need without judgement.

So please join me in sharing your stories about your mental health and how getting help and speaking up helped you . Just start the conversation today with your children, family, friends and community. There is no right or wrong way to talk about what you are experiencing with your mental health, starting the conversation is what is important, so please if you are struggling start the conversation today so you can get help.

please share this with someone who needs to hear this message today. Follow me so you can be part of this speaking up community and also so you never miss other helpful content.

Suggest in the comments other topics you would like me to talk about and suggest any influential people you would like me to interview so we can keep the good mental health conversation alive.

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